Whiskey Flask Glass Center Collection. P269
A charming round 5oz Whiskey Flask glass centre with pewter surround so you can see its contents, perfect size for a handbag or pocket, a perfect gift for him or her.
Product Code P269 Kells 3
When the Latin missionary monks brought Christianity to Ireland in early 400 A.D., they also brought a new way of teaching people Bible stories and prayers. As many people could not read, the monks used pictures and symbols in their writings, as can be seen in the Kells manuscript. On this design the image are of dogs or hounds entwined sometimes these images were incorporated into letters in the manuscript. The hound is a symbol of bravery and courage which is associated with Irish legends – the Hound of Culainn.
Product Code P269 Kells 4
The animal depicted on this piece was drawn by the Latin missionary monks when they wrote the Kells manuscript, and similar to most of the animals illustrated, they were drawn from the imagination of the monks. It has been argued that this creature may be a lion, St. Mark's symbol. The opening line of this gospel is "Tunc crucifixerant Xpi cum eo duos latrones", ("Then they crucified Christ, and with him two robbers"). The 'T' in 'Tunc' is where this creature has been taken from.
Product Code P269 Kells 1
The design is taken from the Kells manuscript, possibly the world's most famous manuscript. This design depicts two entwined birds, displayed in a beautiful Celtic knot. When the Latin missionary monks brought Christianity to Ireland in early 400 A.D., they also brought a new way of teaching people Bible stories and prayers. As many people could not read, the monks used pictures and symbols in their writings, as can be seen in the Kells manuscript. The birds on this design look similar to two entwined peacocks. In early Christian time the peacock was seen as a symbol for immortality. It is also associated with nobility, protection.
Product Code P269 Shamrock
A classic Irish motif, the Shamrock has been recognised as the symbol of Ireland for centuries. It is said that Saint Patrick, Ireland's patron saint, used the shamrock to describe the Holy Trinity - The Father, The Son, and The Holy Spirit - each represented by a leaf.
Product Code P269 Celtic 9
Celtic Birds as seen in the Book of Kells. The Birds are entwined into the fabric of the celtic knot.
Product Code P269 Celtic 10
Small celtic knots with enteritic birds knotted into the celtic design in ten single and separate designs
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